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  1. Amazon Continues To Make Even Bigger Enemies, Is Not Selling Captain America And Other Disney Properties

    Hail Hydra, I guess.

    In the past few months Amazon has very publicly made enemies with several of its business partners, but the online retailer isn't done sullying its image--fans hoping to order titles such Maleficent, Muppets Most Wanted or Captain America: The Winter Soldier from Amazon are out of luck, at least until Disney cries "uncle."

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  2. Things We Saw Today: They Live Wonder Woman Cosplay

    THEY FIGHT CRIME. WE SLEEP. (Bizarro Au Go-Go, via Fashionably Geek)

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  3. FAA Kills Amazon’s Drone-Delivery Plans, and Our Dreams of Robots Bringing Us Stuff

    If a robot can't bring my late-night impulse buys then what's even the point?

    Ars Technica is reporting that the FAA has shot down Amazon's plans to use pilot-less drones to deliver packages. The issue could be revisited soon, but for now it seems Amazon and any other companies planning on using drones for commercial purposes are out of luck.

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  4. Product Review: How the Amazon Fire TV Holds Up Against the Apple TV

    It's a video streaming box fight to the death! (Or a simple comparison.)

    Amazon recently offered Prime members a 30-day in-home trial of their Amazon Fire TV. When the Fire TV was announced it looked like Amazon had one-upped Apple in the set-top box department, but after a month of having both boxes hooked up to my TV it became clear that there were some shortcomings. So how does the Fire TV really hold up?

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  5. What’s The Hold-Up On That Netflix Original Star Trek Series?

    Viacomkhaaaaaaan!

    Earlier this month Larry Nemecek disappointed many of us by debunking a rumor that Netflix and CBS were in talks to produce a new Star Trek series. Sigh. But it seems the dream may become a reality yet!

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  6. You Can Now Watch Amazon’s Fire Phone Announcement Event

    Better late than never we guess, Amazon.

    Yesterday Amazon unveiled their first foray into the smartphone market, the Amazon Fire Phone. They didn't live stream the event, but they have since released video of the full event on their YouTube channel. Watch to see the demonstration of the "Dynamic Perspective" 3D display. It's really impressive stuff.

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  7. Today’s Big Amazon Announcement Revealed, and It’s a… Phone! Meet the Amazon Fire Phone [Updating]

    Is everything Fire with you now, Amazon?

    Rumors pointed to today's big Amazon announcement being a new smartphone with a Nintendo 3DS-like glasses-less 3D display, and the rumors are true (at least some of them. The event is ongoing so we're updating as we go..) They've introduced their own smartphone, the Amazon Fire Phone.

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  8. Watch Amazon’s Special 3D Smartphone Event Livestream at 12:30pm ET Today [VIDEO]

    Will they let us preorder JK Rowling books again? Please say yes.

    You know the headache you get when you play on a Nintendo 3DS for too long? How would you like that headache to continue while you are sending texts? Because that's probably what you're going to be getting from Amazon later today if the rumors are any indication, and we've got the live feed for you right here.

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  9. Amazon Patented Taking Pictures In Front of a White Background

    Negative Space has been added to your cart

    The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is an easy punchline for jokes about bureaucratic inanity, but a recently-granted patent proves that reputation is deserved. Turns out Amazon has patented taking pictures in front of a white background, so I guess Shutterstock is doomed.

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  10. Amazon Wants You To Add Stuff To Your Cart Using Twitter Hashtags Because Clicking is Hard

    Modern life is so difficult. What do you mean I can't shop online using only my subconscious thoughts?

    Let's say you see somebody talking about an Amazon product on Twitter, and you want to buy it. In order to do that, you have to click on the link, and then click on the "Add to Cart" button, and then complete your purchase. Ugh. Think of all the tweets you're missing when you do that! There's got to be a better way!

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